Recording automatically in response to the input sound volume – the VOR function
You can set your IC recorder to automatically start when the input sound volume reaches the predefined level, and pauses when the volume decreases below the level.
- While recording is on standby or paused, select “VOR” on the OPTION menu, and then press .
- Press or to select “ON,” and then press .“VOR” is set to “OFF” by default.
- Press REC/PAUSE.
appears on the display window.
When the input sound volume decreases below the predefined level, flashing appears and the recording pauses. When the volume reaches the level once again, the recording restarts.
The VOR function is affected by the ambient sound conditions. Select the sensitivity level of the built-in microphones suitable to your ambient sound conditions. For instructions on selecting the sensitivity level, see Selecting the sensitivity level of the built-in microphones (Built-in Mic Sensitivity).
If the selected sensitivity level does not work as you expected or when you want make an important recording, follow the above steps to set “VOR” to “OFF.”
- During synchronized recording and FM radio recording (ICD-UX560F / ICD-UX565F only), the VOR function does not work.
- To cancel the VOR function setup process, set “VOR” to “OFF” in step 2.